Finest Hour

More Dirty Tricks

Winston Churchill’s embrace of irregular warfare in the Second World War is the focus of this fast-paced adventure drama animated by a carefully selected but motley team of secret warriors who could easily find themselves in one of Alistair MacLean’s novels: think or . The difference here is that this version is anything but fiction.

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